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... and experienced some historical US sites. The girls also swam with the dolphins and set fireworks off where the civil war started. After an adventurous day on the boat the girls napped and rested up for their night out on the town. The first stop was happy hour at The Boathouse (we all know how much Shimmy and Sama love deals involving alcohol) which is located right down the street from the Isle of Palms Beach. From ...
... a long time. I really can't imagine what it would be like to go on a normal vacation to a normal beach, set up the beach chair and the cooler and have perfect weather every day for a normal week. What fun would that be? Somehow, normal has never been a part of my life. Adventurous, crazy, unusual, insane, full of character, one of a kind, memories you'll never forget, all those words are much more descriptive of my vacations.
So I wonder what tomorrow will bring?
... a talk where I managed to get a fly into my pants at the same time, the memories.. Then finished off with a rot of tram ride and a beer and a local chicken sandwich. Walked at pace to go and get the bus back to charleston only for the bus to asking bloody ages! Finally got back and had a wonder around the town, it's nice with every house being different. Had a cocktail at the rooftop bar then ...
... army occupied it for 2 years, it's role in the slave trade , and it's role in the Civil war ( the first shots of the war were actually fired here.) It is a nice little museum with lots of personal insights through small objects. the badges worn by slaves to show their profession and the letter from the civil war soldier to his wife were especially Poignant .
It was now time for a late lunch and we found a super bistro near ...
... I took a drive out to one of the many plantation houses dotted about. This one was called The Magnolia Plantation. They used slaves to produce rice amongst other things. The grounds were much bigger than I imagined. Took a guided tour of the grounds on one of those train on wheels things. There was only me and one family on board. The guide was excellent. He told how hard life was for the slaves, and how much hard work was involved planting and harvesting the ...
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